Melatonin Enhances the Immune Response

Melatonin has been shown to increase innate and acquired immunity, to activate the bone marrow and lymph nodes, to enhance NK cell activity and antibody-dependent cell cytotoxicity, to increase T cell proliferation and to activate monocytes and neutrophils. Short, winter-like photoperiods enhance immune function relative to those exposed to long, summer-like days. The seasonal changes … Continue reading Melatonin Enhances the Immune Response